It's not for those who might be sketched out by things 'off the beaten path'. Interior is kinda not the cleanest looking so and there didnt seam to be running water in the WC but the chef/owner is very nice and the food is nuts. Half chicken with creole sauce and lemon butter shrimp with conch fritters made the journey there the most memorable dinner of the trip. Getting there is tough. The concierge at the hotel wasnt sure it still existed. Taking the cab there was harrowing. The driveway is a traffic accident waiting to happen on the side of a large hill. But sitting on the porch and watching the INSANE traffic on a NUTSO switchback was fun. Dinner was quick too. There was also a building next door that appeared to be an open air bar with a couple xmas lights on, no people at all and music blasting! It made for a nice background soundtrack to a really unique St. Martin experience. One of a kind and not at all touristy.
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